jay dow, cbs news, new york. malibu, california, an eco-friendly house that's taken flight. you've got to see this. a woman is building a dream home from parts of a retired 747. it's being called the wing house. the wings and tail stabilizers were made into the roof. the owner wanted a sleek design for her home, so the architect said, hey, why not use an old airplane? >> the idea was how do we use something that exists, that already had billions of dollars of research and development that went into creating the most efficient structure using the most judicious use of resources to achieve the highest strength and lightest weight. >> all the parts of the plane will be used for seven different structures, including a guest house. the completed house will feature solar power and natural ventilation. whatever floats your plane in this case, right? this morning on "the early show," tips for your labor day barbecue. looking forward to that. i'm terrell brown.